87% of students are happy with their experience at Sussex, according to the results of this year’s National Student Survey (NSS), published today.
Historian, television presenter and Sussex alumna Dr Lucy Worsley will become an Honorary Doctor of Letters this afternoon (13 July).
More than 280 teachers from schools and colleges across the south-east have attended a new series of Teachers’ Conferences on campus since 19 June.
The winners of the first Sussex Impact and Research Awards were announced last night at a celebratory reception in the Jubilee building.
A rise of 24 places in the Guardian University Guide 2016, published today, puts Sussex among the UK’s top 20 universities.
As the end-of-year assessment period gets under way, staff are reminding students that photographic proof of identity is required at all exams.
Final-year undergraduates are being urged to take a break from revision and dissertations to complete the 2015 NSS before it closes on 30 April.
The closing date for applications to the third round of the Research Development Fund is 5pm on Friday 17 April.
The University is issuing 100 pages of print credit to all Sussex finalists who take part in the 2015 National Student Survey (NSS).
Professor Donald Anthony Low, founding Dean of the School of African and Asian Studies (AFRAS) at Sussex, died in Canberra on 11 February, aged 87.